Student Records and Academic Information

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J-term and Spring 2014 (non-Law School) Important Dates*

Mon Jan 6
Start of J-term
Tue Jan 7 Last day to add or drop a J-term class
Wed Jan 8 Last day to add or drop a J-term class**
Fri Jan 24 End of J-term
Mon Jan 27 Start of spring semester
Tue Jan 28 Final review of December 2013 graduates' graduation requirements due (non-Law)
Fri Jan 31
Last day to add a spring class
Wed Feb 5 J-term final grades due by 10:00am
Fri Feb 7
Last day to drop a spring class without a "W" on transcript
Mon Mar 3

Instructors may begin entering spring 2014 midterm grades online

Tue Mar 4

Summer 2014, fall 2014, and J-term 2015 schedules available

Tue Mar 11

J-term 2015 fair (proposed as of Dec 2, 2013)

Fri Mar 14

Midpoint of spring semester

Spring 2014 midterm grades due by 10:00am

Mon-Fri Mar 17-21

Spring break (classes do not meet)

Sun Mar 23

Spring 2014 midterm grades due by 10:00am

Mon Mar 24

Deadline by which changes to majors, minors, or concentrations must be declared to be considered for summer 2014 / fall 2014 / J-term 2015 registration

Fri Mar 28

Last day to drop a spring 2014 class without extenuating circumstances

Mon Mar 31

Summer 2014 / fall 2014 / J-term 2015 registration begins for current, admitted students

Tue Apr 1

Instructors may begin entering spring 2014 final grades online

Mon Apr 14

Remove field-of-study restrictions from set of restricted summer and fall 2014 courses

Wed Apr 16

Summer 2014 / fall 2014 / J-term 2015 registration opens for non-degree-seeking students

Wait-list automation begins for fall 2014 courses

Fri Apr 25 Drake Relays (classes dismissed after 1:50pm)
Fri May 9
Day free for study
Mon-Fri May 12-16
Final evaluation week
Sun May 18
Commencement
Wed May 21
Spring 2014 final grades due by 10:00am

*Updated Tue, Mar 4, 2014

** Date changed due to cancellation of classes on Mon, Jan 6

University News
April 15, 2014
Drake University’s Principal Financial Group Center for Global Citizenship (PFGCGC) will host a discussion on the Keystone XL Pipeline initiative in collaboration with the Iowa Energy Forum. General James Jones, a former national security advisor, will discuss the benefits of the pipeline initiative.
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